Heelless pumps began their reign in early 2011 with designers Noritaka Tatehana and Jeffery Campbell kick-starting the innovation. Bringing back the popular style, shoe designer Taylor Reeve has given the once-hip shoe a bohemian makeover.
Very similar to the festival-friendly moccasin shoe, the 'Rory' heelless pumps from Taylor Says are designed to provide that same free-spirited beauty with a chic upgrade.
The upper and outer sole are made of the finest leather, which is covered with a soft mustard yellow suede. Atop the high-quality materials are exuberant details such as beaded chevron patterning, leather stitching and a simple bow. The absence of a heel allows a better look at the Native American chief illustrated on the sole.